30-Second Free-est and Scribbler Warm-Up of Animals

by Polyvios Animations, June 19th 2021 © 2021 Polyvios Animations

Done as part of a practice session with poses of 30 seconds in length.

My current goal is: Work on my signature drawing style of sketching animal lines, dexterity, forces, gestures, actions, acting, motions, emotions, and movements. (advanced)

If you don't understand this attempt I'm going through, I'm sorry. I'm not saying this is the best one I've done, but, I'm really having lots of extreme pleasure, joy and nervousness with caricaturing the expressionism of the scribbly lines of action, rhythm, vitality, and energy. What do you think of these lines?

P.S. Working in crayon on notebook paper with some boxes and numbers to save lots of paper. Enjoy. (Just doing the best I can)

Aunt Herbert

If you enjoy doing it, do it. Just, that is not a depiction of force, that is a demonstration of force. Your rhythmic movements cover the paper with color. Your force tears the paper apart.

There are artists, that worked the way you do, the one who was most famous for it was Jackson Pollock. Maybe reading about him can give you new inspirations how to develop your very unique style.

Polyvios Animations

Thanks, Aunt Herbert, but I've already known how to draw slowly but quickly, and carefully but boldly on my animals, but that doesn't mean I know everything about that. I'm making some greater, more fantastic progress.👍😊

By the way, thanks for the kind comment. I'm gonna look up Jackson someday, but not today.

Polyvios Animations

P.S. Got the talent of turning my scribble into my finished product. Gonna, not try that thing, but do it someday, real soon.


Great energy!

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